A commentary on the simplified section of the Australian wind loading code
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Published by Dept. of Civil and Systems Engineering, James Cook University of North Queensland in Townsville, Qld., Australia .
Written in English



  • Australia.


  • Wind-pressure.,
  • Buildings -- Aerodynamics -- Standards -- Australia.

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Edition Notes

StatementGeorge R. Walker ; prepared for the Australian Wind Engineering Society for use at Seminars on AS1170 Pt2-1989, organised by Standards Australia.
ContributionsAustralian Wind Engineering Society.
LC ClassificationsTA654.5 .W33 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. ;
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1600148M
ISBN 100864433190
LC Control Number91134783

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